The other side is: Some stuff is not working well and I do not wonder because I am pretty sure that a lot of features that have been disabled are required by several pieces of software.
And the funny thing is: You can't really lock out the user on Windows - just to show one simple way to open the command prompt if disabled:
- Start Microsoft Word
- Press ALT + F11
- Press CTRL+G
- Type: vba.shell "cmd.exe"
- Press Enter
- Voila here it is the commandline window.
vba.shell "explorer C:\Windows"
works either. :-)